Sometimes People March by Tessa Allen explains why people have used their right to free speech to demonstrate for change in America beginning with the New York Newsies strike in 1899. This picture book provides historical context for the current political climate in the United States with beautiful inclusive illustrations.— Rachel Watkins
With a spare, inspiring text and gorgeous watercolor illustrations, this is a timeless and important book for activists of all ages. This hardcover picture book is perfect for sharing and for gifting.
Sometimes people march
to resist injustice,
to stand in solidarity,
to inspire hope.
Throughout American history, one thing remains true: no matter how or why people march, they are powerful because they march together.